Administrative Reports and Work Products

The Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General (OIG) performs investigations, audits, evaluations, reviews, and benefits and healthcare inspections to assess allegations regarding mismanagement and inefficiency of VA facilities, programs, and functions or misconduct by VA officials. These efforts typically result in a published report. However, another form of work product may be issued in place of a report in certain circumstances, such as when OIG cannot substantiate an allegation or substantiates an allegation without issuing recommendations; when actions are taken by VA during the course of an ongoing project to remediate errors; or when the subject of an allegation retires or resigns from service prior to the completion of OIG's work. In addition, OIG investigates allegations involving its own personnel when not in the exclusive purview of other agencies and prepares summary reports of its findings. To maintain transparency with veterans, Congress, and the public, OIG publishes these work products here. As additional work products are issued, they will be available on this website if publicly available under the Inspector General Act of 1978 (Public Law 95-452), the Freedom of Information Act (5 U.S.C. ยง 552), or any other controlling confidentiality statute or regulation.

Administrative Reports and Work Products